New Haven – Driver Charged In Pedestrian Incident
A motorist was just arrested in connection with a recent pedestrian incident in New Haven.
On February 13, a pedestrian was at the intersection of Blake Street and Whalley Avenue when she was struck by a vehicle driven by 68-year-old Samir Zienadden. The victim was hospitalized following the crash and has since been discharged. Authorities referenced video footage of the incident and, after investigating the crash thoroughly, filed a charge of second-degree reckless endangerment against Zienadden. He was arrested and released Thursday, with his first court date scheduled for March 5.
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